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The foreclosure situation is improving in 2012, albeit at a snail’s pace. The main reason is a renewed commitment from the government as well as the lenders to be more flexible and forgiving towards their delinquent debtors.

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At the beginning of February, President Barrack Obama unveiled a new plan to help distressed homeowners gain some relief. Here is an overview and update on the status of Obama’s new plan…

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With the US economy reporting a slight upturn in its economic recovery, things on the housing front are also beginning to look more positive. In a recent study, CoreLogic reported that the number of foreclosed properties on the market dropped by 8.4% in 2011.

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While the market has been hoping a revival in the economy would help revitalize the flagging housing market, in truth, a strong recovery could end up doing more harm than good. Read on for the details…

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With reports on the Eurozone crisis continuing to look dismal, the news of an upturn in the US economy had no impact on stabilizing the prevailing mortgage rates. Home prices also continued to slide, with the only silver lining appearing in the form of mortgage refinancing applications increasing significantly at the end of 2011.

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Whether you are a homeowner or a landlord, if you’ve lost a property to foreclosure or short sale you are likely to question whether you will ever be able to acquire property again. The good news is that you can rebuild your credit profile in 3 years. Here’s how…

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For those debating the timeless question of rent vs. buy, market reports are finally offering a clear cut answer – it is undoubtedly better to buy than rent in a market where property rates are crashing, mortgage rents are rock bottom and rents are spiraling out of control. Recent reports reveal that this is true in an overwhelming 98 of the top 100 housing markets.

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For decades, celebrity architects have been leaving their stamp on the New York City skyline through work on designer office buildings. Over the past few years though, the city is witnessing a different trend with more and more big architects being commissioned to take over the helm of apartment high rises.

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An interesting trend revealed in the shadow of the housing crisis is that of single adults investing in homes. Studies show that for the first time in history, more homes today are owned by unmarried adults than by families.

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If you have been thinking of buying a home in the US market, now may be the best time ever to take action on your plans. According to the Wells Fargo Opportunity Index, the combination of sliding property prices and mortgage rates has made home buying today the most affordable it has been in the last twenty years.

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